Approximately 5km off the North-eastern coast of Mahe, is a National Park formed of 6 islands surrounded by a lagoon. The small islands are namely the Cerf Island, Ile Cachee, Moyenne Island, Round Island, Long Island and Saint Anne Island. This is a haven of about 150 varieties of fish and sea creatures. The reefs are colourful and the crystal clear water gives a glimpse of the underwater granite rocks and corals. Glass bottom boats provide an excellent view of the underwater flora and fauna apart from being part of a sport. Motorised sports are prohibited in this marine park.
Known for: Marine reserve and snorkelling and glass bottom boat rides
How to reach: by sea from Victoria port
Type: Marine National Park